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Are you proactive or reactive with your staff?

When you run a practice you tend to always have two choices: be proactive or be reactive. While most of us quickly realize that the former leads to much better outcomes than the latter, we often times find ourselves forced into reaction-mode thanks to the limitations of a 24-hour day. This seems to be especially true when it comes to the ever-challenging world of staffing your practice. If you’re not careful you may find yourself living in a world where issues such as burnout, turnover, drama, paranoia, and apathy can start to creep in. Don’t be that guy or gal!

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Will Tantum
Associate Editor, Practice Management for Dr. Will is a graduate of SCO and is the Practice Director at Blount County Eye Center in Maryville, TN. He writes and speaks on practice leadership and has a passion for outreach.


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